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Saturday, November 14, 2015

I'LL HAVE MINE CHILLED

It was 32 degrees F. this morning when the finches began arriving at my freshly filled birdbath.


One or two even got into the bowl to take a quick spritz bath.

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On a more serious note, what can one say about the horrific actions in Paris last night except to condemn them.

I was born in 1940 and grew up in the 1950's. In spite of the worry over "the bomb" and war in Korea, it was a much calmer time.

I did not agree with our "adventure" in Vietnam but even with all the lives lost in that misguided war, the 21st Century is turning out to be so terribly much worse.

The crazed terrorists who turned a beautiful city on end must be dealt with. Not the ones who committed the acts of carnage. They're apparently all dead, most by their own hands. But the ones who inspired them, in Syria or Iraq or wherever they are hiding.

In the meantime today I join citizens from all over the globe who shed a tear and join hands with our grieving friends in Paris.

6 comments:

  1. Amen, brother.

    Steve

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  2. Ultimately these people will be stopped by their own kind; fear can only keep good people under the thumb for so long. In the mean time we should help destroy these fanatical c*ck suckers. Ah fuck it, they are COCK SUCKERS figuratively and literally!!

    And may the forty virgins they find in heaven today be virgins tomorrow as well!!

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  3. Humanity seems pretty distant on a day like this.

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  4. Nobody is better on these events than Graeme Wood...

    http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/384980/

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  5. The ones who sent them are the reponsible ones of course. Each one of us has to do something to stop this.

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